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Schermerhorn Symphony Center

1 Symphony Pl, Nashville, TN 37201-2031
+1 615-687-6500
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Experience music of all genres in Nashville's acoustical gem, Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Home to the GRAMMY Award-winning Nashville Symphony, the venue hosts more than 140 events each year. Experience classical masterworks, exciting new music and today's greatest artists, with breathtaking sound of 84 world-class musicians onstage. Wine, beer and cocktails available at all concerts, with casual dining available at the in-house Cherry Street Eatery. Tours of the building are offered free of charge at 1 p.m. on most Wednesdays and Saturdays.
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“beautiful venue” (40 reviews)
“box seats” (13 reviews)
“concert hall” (21 reviews)
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1 Symphony Pl, Nashville, TN 37201-2031
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Reviewed 15 May 2015 via mobile

Nothing can replaced the experience of a live music performance... Nashville Symphony is a world class orchestra, multiple Grammy Award orchestra and Top of the world conductor! If you are in town, don't hesitate to spend the evening at one of the many events- classical,...More

Thank Shirleymaria
Reviewed 1 May 2015

What a surprise, we bought tickets to the symphony on line and got an email igniting us to a jazz happy hour...it was really laid back and the food was local and interesting but a tad expensive...$12 for two tacos? The wine however was reasonable....More

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Jonathan M, VP of Communications at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, responded to this reviewResponded 4 May 2015

Thank you so much for attending a Nashville Symphony concert at Schermerhorn Symphony Center. We're thrilled that you enjoyed your evening and hope you'll join us again. We seek to provide a one-of-a-kind experience and welcome your feedback!

Reviewed 15 April 2015 via mobile

Wonderful place. First time visiting, but plan on coming more often.. Hope to see more concerts and to support them from afar

Thank d3jazzman67
Jonathan M, VP of Communications at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, responded to this reviewResponded 17 April 2015

Thank you for attending Boyz II Men with the Nashville Symphony! We're so glad you enjoyed your experience, and hope you'll make the trip from Knoxville to see us again! Keep up with our concert offerings at NashvilleSymphony.org.

Reviewed 10 April 2015

We have attended two performances lately and the 40's musical in February and Emanuel Ax over Easter are prime examples of the variety on the Symphony offerings. From boogie woogie and light- hearted memories of WW2 to Mozart by a world class pianist, this orchestra...More

Thank deyurdin
Reviewed 9 April 2015

5 for the beauty of the venue but 1 for service. Walked past it several times as I enjoyed the sights of Nashville. Just wish I could have experienced the show that I had planned for some months - was given 2 days notice only...More

Thank RonWamberal
Reviewed 6 April 2015

A lovely venue for a night out. Enjoyed the evening and the music. Nice to have a Symphony in this city.

1  Thank Bradley88
Reviewed 26 March 2015

I was surprised to walk into this old wold architecture, with sculptures and water fountains, pedestrian plaza and an open courtyard. Beautiful Building. I was such a nice sunny spring morning, that I finished my coffee in the courtyard and enjoyed a peaceful weekend morning.

1  Thank ORD-TGU
Reviewed 12 March 2015

My husband and I have been season ticket holders to the Pops Symphony at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center since it opened its doors - approximately 9 years ago. We drive from southern Kentucky every month during the season to attend the events and it is...More

1  Thank concon2
Jonathan M, Public Relations Manager at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, responded to this reviewResponded 23 March 2015

Thank you for being a Nashville Symphony subscriber. We are honored to have you as patrons and appreciate your sharing your enthusiasm for our world-class concert hall!

Reviewed 10 March 2015

My daughter and I ventured to Nashville for a mini vacation. Since my daughter is a french horn player, we naturally wanted to visit the symphony. They were playing Mahler's Ninth. The venue was amazingly beautiful. But that wasn't even a testament to the symphony....More

1  Thank Alli D H
Jonathan M, Public Relations Manager at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, responded to this reviewResponded 23 March 2015

Thank you so much for visiting the Schermerhorn while you were in Nashville. We're delighted that you had such a wonderful experience and hope you can come back for another Nashville Symphony concert!

Reviewed 7 March 2015

Our first visit here was on Valentine's Day to see "String of Pearls" big band. We sat center in the balcony. Seats were great, but next time we want to sit a little closer. We enjoyed the show. We received an email this week with...More

1  Thank NWTN_Skyhawk_Fan
Jonathan M, Public Relations Manager at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, responded to this reviewResponded 8 March 2015

Thank you for the wonderful review. We loved having you and look forward to seeing you again!

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stevepellettierec
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Response from Jeff M | Reviewed this property |
I never sat in those seats, but since the acoustics in the other areas is impeccable, I would bet it is great there, too. It would be almost like the sound sitting in the orchestra playing and you get to see every move of... More
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Melissa G
Looking for suggestions, ideas on clothing options appropriate for the symphony. Taking into consideration the season and style of music to be performed. Going to see the music of Prince, starring Marshall Charloff. It is scheduled for November 8th. This will be my first time to attending a symphony hall and I want to make sure that I'm not under dressed. The only dress I own is a black knee length. I've worn it once. To my husband's funeral. Don't think I will ever wear it again. So, I'm thinking about skinny jeans or maybe palazzo pants. I love beautiful clothes but, rarely buy them because I spend most of the time in work clothes. The tickets are a special treat to myself and who knows how long it will be before I do something like this again. If anyone has any suggestions please help this old lady out!
4 August 2017|
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Response from Amanda B | Reviewed this property |
Wear whatever you are comfortable in :) . When I went to the Ann Wilson of Heart concert there back in June, I saw everyone wearing a variety of different clothes. Dresses, shirts and shorts, and many other things. Everyone... More
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jjillmomma
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Response from clairehs1974 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there! Downtown Nashville hotels have become unreasonably expensive. Unless you want the experience of walking all over downtown, you can find a less expensive option in other areas. Hotels in Vanderbilt/West End area... More
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